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lj . THE EVENING STANDARD, OOPEN, UTAH, MONDAY, OOTOBEE 7, 1912. 3 H
! ALL METALS CARRY
The remarkable rise In the prices of
metals thlB year is a source of grati
fication to owners and operators of
mining properties and, in fact, to all
who aro In any way affected by the
prosperity or the mctal-mlnlng in
dustry. The prices of silver copper,
tin, lead and spelter have shown an
almost steady rise during tlio year;
such declines as have occurred being
but temporary, says the Mining and
Silver began the year 54 5-S cents
an ounce high, and has risen to C3
5-S cents high on September 23. Tho
lowest quotation so far for tho year
was 54 5-S cents on January 2. The
present quotation of C3 5-S cents Is
A i the highest since 1907.
" ll Copper began tho year at 14 1-2
l cents high for Lake and climbed
L steadily to 14 7-8 on June 20. Since
that dato the quotation has varied
1 1 botween 17 7-8 and 17 1-4. Tho low-
f est quotation of Lake copper during
I tho present month has been 17 5-S
.11 Tin Is at present 50.40 cents high,
?f tho highest point yet reached for tills
j1 metal. On January 2 it waB quoted
J I at 45 cents high Thero have heen
J5 1 marked fluctuations since that dato,
ijt the lowest quotation for tho year so
J I far being 41 3-4 cents on January 23.
ll During the present month tho lowest
3l quotation was 47.1 cents on Septem-
21 ber 3.
W , Lead during tho present month
Q i reRched 5.25 cents on several days
? ; and la at present quoted at 5.20 cents,
g i Not Blnce 1907, when the record
price was 0 cents, has the high point
J r of this month been attained. On
I ; Janu y 2 the quotation was 4.50
Jj ! cents gh and 4.40 low.
q i Spelter, too, has made a record this
, ' month with the high quotation of S
J cents on Soptcmber 11 and 17. Not
! ' Blnoo 1S76 has. speltor reached this
? ; figure. Tho present quotation is 7.80
7 ; cents high. On January 2 the high
? ! quotation was down to 6.35 cents and
J " tho low to 6.25 cents.
! The genoral effect of these high
7 metal prices has been to stimulate
'! mining. Increased activity has been
; especially evident In the great lead-zlnc-produclng
regions of tho central
states. Many old Idle mlnsB are be-
l lng revived and production resumed
i and now mines are being opened.
Tho copper situation has greatly
l t Improved and large developments of
' ( low-grade products havo "been under
BIG FOUR PLANNING
j ' MILL INSTALLATION
p "It 1b up to the contractors and we
I have nothing further to do except to
, pay for tho Big Four mill upon its
completion. All arrangements for tho
i Immediate construction of the plant
i have been perfected and tho machln-
i ery Is now boing built and will be In
I operntlon at the earliest possible mo-
ment." The foregoing statement was
I made to a reporter of tho Goldfleld
i News and Tribune by I K. Koontz,
it' president and general manager of the
J I Manhattan Big Four, upon his return
4 I from one of his frequent trips of ln-
j spectlon to tho mine.
I "Practically no grading will bo re-
lf quired," he continued "Tho concrete
f rock and there will bo no need of
ij costly retaining walls such as are
f necessary In many installations of .
'B this character. At one point the con
! tractors will blast out a 3mall quantl-
:k ty of quartz, and this will be making
H an excellent product for thia ubo.
I iff "Tho mine is In better shaue than
lr ever, with a world of good ore In sight
l and more being opened on every
if shift The ralee from the 500-foot
ill level has connected with the work-
P IngB on the 400, and after being in S15
I oro for part of tho distance It ran
Into a largo body of material that
averages $50 per ton. Tho big ore
: body opened on the 200-foot level Is
r r ftlso making a moBt satlsfactorv show.
ing and will afford a large tonnage of
' ' an excellent milling product, which
; j has a capacity of 300,000 gallons dally
is working quite smoothly and good
i progress Ib being made at ovory point
where development Is going on. The
Big Four Is one of the best mines in
the state and at the prcsont time Is
i producing at least $1,000 a day for
I the company "
I BELMONT MAKING
All knowing the conditions at the
Tonopah Belmont property are by no
mean6 disturbed by tho recent show
ing in the report for the quarter end
ing AuguBt 31. Tho net earnings ac
count of ?393,124 was hold down ow
ji lng to the expense of mill Installation
if and the expense that naturally fol
i lowed the changing over from the old
J to the new concentrator, and tho divl-
l dend requirements for tho period
were $376,000, leaving but a narrow
' margin, but one satisfactory In view
of all conditions.
At the present time tho new plant
j Is in successful commission and the
I week ending with Soptember found u
I matcrinl Increase In the tonnage
i handled aa compared with the pre
vious week, the figures being 3,300
against 3.0S3 tons. September was a
i romarkablo month with the Belmont
from a bullion shipment standpoint, a
totAl of very close to eight tons hav
ing "boon shipped, the estimated value
of which was $187,000 Since tho new
mill was started there havo been five
cleanups, each more satisfactory than
Ihe last as the plant is brought down
to a safer basis of operation.
1 Thnt nothing underground la wrong
at tho Belmont Is evident from tho
report IsBued by tho management for
tho past week, and this follows In
900-foot level Operations continue
to bo confined to tho stopeB, with the
' 1,000-foot level Crosscut No.. 1,008
was extended tho usual dlstanco In
lhachyto. The tonnago from stoplng
Dporntlons remained at the usual
Intermediate level between the
i 300 and 1,000 foot levels Tho west
) drift from raise No. 8, on the shaft
vein, waB advanced tho uoual dis
tance, tho values obtained showing an
1,100-foot level On the Desert
', Queen side, crosscut No. 1 made tho
' usual progress without any material
i :hange. Raise No. 12 In the east drift
I if 3n the shaft vein made good hcad-
l way, exposing a full faco of good ore.
I Ralao No. 11 on the shaft vein, work
ill In which was recently resumed to
M, connect with tho intermediate level
m run raise from No. 8, advanced tho
It usual dlBtanco in oro of good grade
W, l,16G-foot level Thero was a slight
W improvement in the value of ore ex-
J. J. BRUMMITT
Phone 59 Under Utah National Bank
A good 4-room home, with city
water, electric lights, large lot,
running back to a 27-foot alley.
All In good shape, located near the
Union depot, for $1,400, on any
kind of termc, low rate of Inter
ect. MODERN HOME
A modern 5-room home, with
cjty water, electric lights, large
chandeliers, bath, toilet, stationary
waBh stand, large pantry and clos
et, large porch, nice lawn. Lo
cated within four blocks of the
Union depot; only $2,400, on any
kind of terms, low rate of Interest.
I have one of the most elegant
locations for a chicken ranch In
the city, consisting of a little over
one acre of ground. This land
slopes to the couth and west, Is
sandy soil and Is admirably adapt
ed to a chicken ranch, la located
ncr a street car llne within two
blocks of a $35,000 school building
I will offer this property for one
week for $600, on any kind of
terms low rate of Interest.
tracted from the face of the east drift
from crosscut "H." the rock being
better than a fair grade.
Twelfth levol Raise No. 6, sent up
to prospect the shaft vein between
this and the level above, made good
headway In trachyte without any
change In conditions. North crosscut
No. 4 made the UBual progress and cut
a Btreak of very good ore, tho extent
of which has not yet been deter
mined. The northwest crosscut, in which a
3-foot streak of ore was cut last
week, continues to intersect other
seams of quartz of fair value, but
thus far no drifting has been done
on the new finds.
Thirteenth level Tho work of cut
ting out for a pump sump is still In
progress, a preliminary to the re
sumption of sinking in tho shaft. Tho
east drift made good headway in an
excellent grado of ore.
GRAND CENTRAL AT
Work In tho Grand Central prop
erty of Tlntic has reached one of the
most Interesting points In tho history
of th property, and when seen by
The Trlbuno Thursday afternoon,
General Manager C. E Loose explain
ed tho conditions upon which the
management and shareholders are
depending with every confidence. At
the greatest depth In that district,
tho 2300-foot level, tho managoment
Is drifting both ways and crosscuttlng
at frequent Intervals the vein which
has been opened so generously on
practically all the upper levels.
In places on the 2300 level this
vein haB been opened to a width of
twenty feet, and in other places the
walls have not been brought to view,
so just how wide the eln averages
even sufficient shown as yet to
permit Mr. Loose giving any state
ment in regard to this, but the man
agement is rushing development
with all possible snecd, the plan being
to find the strongest part of the eln
and to drive a winze or series of
wlnze3 upon the same. Manager
Loose points out that the Grand
Central is confldentlv expected by
tho officials to be an entirely new
mine below tho 2300-foot level There
alread3r has been ore found on the
In regard to the Gold Chain prop
erty, he states that developments are
progressing In a every satisfactory
manner. It Is not generally known
that the management Is operating
through the 1500-foot level of tho
Lower Mammoth shaft, and this cor
responds with the 1700-foot level of
tho Gold Chain The work Is being
done along the vein, conditions are
splendid, there having been some ore
opened in this work, but the big ro
sults expected have not been attained
at thla early 3t3go of the work, and
here again the management believes
that large and rich bodies of ore soon
will bo deployed".
NEVADA POTASH IS
SUBJECT OF REPORT
Nitrate of soda and nitrate of pot
ash wore imported into tho United
States In 1911 to the value of $17.
177.0GS, according to tho bureau of
statistics. Nearly all tho nitrate im
ported comes from Chile and Is used
for fertilizing. This enormoiiB ex
penditure for imported nitrates lends
Interest to a pamphlet Just Issued by
the United States geological survoy,
"Nltrato Deposits," bv Hoyt S Gale
All tho known occurrences of ni
trate deposits in th6 United StiteB
aro described by Mr Gale and though
most of theso aro probably in tho na
ture of "prospects." thoy aro inter
esting and of importance as indicat
ing the possible origin of deposits
which can bo mined commercially.
Last year Georgo Otis Smith, director
of the survey, and A. H. Brooks, In
company with Mr. Gale, visited a
reported deposit near Gorlach, Nov.,
whero s'peclmens of Bait running high
In potassium nltrato wore obtamea.
Reference Is mado In the bullotln to
areas In most of the western states
where discoveries of these nitrates
havo been reported from tlmo to tlmo.
Tho extreme solubility of nltrato
salts renders It unlikely that concen
trated deposits will remain anywhere
except In places cither not subject to
or protected from tho solvent action
of rain, surface water or moving
ground water. Thus nitrate salts aro
found chloriy in caverns or caves, or
under overhanging ledges, or, as In
the Chilean and other Sonth Amer
ican occurrences, In a region of ex
The assertion that none of tho ni
trate deposits of the character men
tioned will provo commercially work
able, Is, according to Mr. Gale, not
warranted. Such deposits have
proved to bo of value under excep
tional conditions, as when they were
utilized for tho manufacture of gun
powdor, during war times, in the
eastern states; and It Is entirely pos
sible that changing conditions may
render some of the western doposlta
valuable. It must he recognized,
however, that so far as may bo Judged
'from present evidence few if any of
This elegant addition, which wo
bought some time elncs, consisting
of 18 acres, Is the best property
In tho city for railroad men, being
located between 29th and 30th
streets near Wall avenue. Wo
still have some of the most desir
able lots left which we will sell
for $300 per lot, on any kind of
terms; or will build a good 4
room house, with pantry, closet,
electric lights and city water, all
In good style, for 51,400, on any
kind of terms; or will build a
modern 5-room house, bath, toilet,
stationary wash stand fixtures,
modern In every respect, for $2,
200, on easy terms, low rate of In
terest. This Is a golden opportun
ity for railroad men to get a good
home, close in, in the best part of
the city, on easy terms.
l have a number of the most do
slrable lots In Brummitt's Addi
tion for sale at $100 per lot. These
are about a block from the new.
$35,000 school on the corner of
22nd street and Harrison avenue.
These lots I will close out at five
dollars down and five dollars per
month, at low rate of Interest.
the deposits now known warrant
much outlay for development as a
source of commercial nitrate salts.
A copy of the roport may be ob
tained free on application to the di
rector of the geological survey, Wash
ington, D. C.
A Cruel Retort.
Tm afraid of woman suffrage,"
said Little Binks "My wlfo is a mill
tant suffragette, but up to dato I am
Julius Caesar In my houso."
"J gueBs you are, Blnks, I guess you
are," said Wiggles. "There ain't
many deader ones than Julias Caesar
In this world." Harper's Weekly.
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT.
Tho Davis and Weber Counties
Canal Co., Ogdcn. Utah.
Notice Is hereby given that at a
meeting of the board of directors of
said company, held on the 7th day of
Septombor, 1912. an assessment was
levied on the outstanding stock of
tho corporation as follows: $2.50 per
Bhare on primary stock and $1.25 per
3hare on Secondary stock, payable to
tho secretary on or before the 5th
dav of November. 1912, at his office
In Ogdcn City, Utah.
Anv stock upon which this assess
ment may remain unpaid on said 5th
day of November, 1912. -will be delin
quent and advertised for sale at pub
lic auction and unless payment Is
made before, will be sold on the 28th
day of December 1912, nt 12 o'clock
noon, at the south door of the Wober
County Court House In said Ogden
City, to pay tho delinquent assess
ment, together with cost of advertlse
Ing and expenses of sale
J C NYE. Secretary.
Office, Room 51C First National
Bank building, Ogden, Utah.
ALIAS SUMMONS. .
In the District Court of Weber
County, State of Utah.
George W. Goshen, Plaintiff, vs.
Lauretta (J03hcn, Defendant.
The Stato of Utah to the said De
fendant. You are ehreby summoned to ap
pear within twenty days after service
of this summons upon you, if sorved
within the county In which this ac
tion Is brought; othorwlBe, within
thirty days after 6ervico, a.nd defend
the above entitled action; and In case
of your failure so to do, Judgmont will
bo rendered against you according l
the demand of the complaint, which
has been filed with the clerk of said
This action Is brought to recover a
Judgment dissolving the bonds of mat
rlmonj now and heretofore existing
between you and the plaintiff.
GEORGE W. GOSHEN.
JOSEPH CHEZ Plaintiff's Attorney.
RoomB 403-104 First National Bank
Building, Ogden, Utah.
NOTICE OF INTENTION.
Notice is hereby glvon by the Boaid
of Commissioners of Ogdcn City, Utah,
of the intention of said Board to mako
the following described improve
To create 29lh Street from Adams
avenue to Grant aenuo; Van Buren
! avenue from Capitol avenue to 25th
iBtreet, Lafayotto avenue from 26th to
27lh streets, as a sower district, and
to build theroin pipe Bcwers, connect
ing with the manholes of the present
Gewcr system and with such other
manholes as may bo nocecsary, and to
'defray the whole of the cost thereof,
I estimated at 53,512.33, by a local as
isesfilncnt upon the lots or plere of
I ground lying and being within tho
following district, being tho district
to be benefited or affected bj said Im
provements, viz :
All the und lying between tho out
er boundary linos of said street and
avenues, and a lino drawn 132 feet
outward from and parallel to the said
outer boundary lines.
All protests and objections to tho
carrying out of such Intention mnat
bo presented in writing to the City
Recorder on or before the 11th day of
October. 1912, at 10 o'clock a. m.. that
being the tlmo set by said Board of
Commissioners when they will hear
and consider such obJectionB as nay
bo mado thereto at the Mayor's of
fice, at the City Hall, Ogden City,
By order of the Board of Commis
sioners of Ogden City, Utah.
Dated this 18th day of September,
1912. A. G. FELL,
H. J. CRAVEN, City Engineer.
First publication September 18, 1912.
Last publication October 10, 1912.
UNION PACIFIC RAILROAp COfvT
ICC Broadway, New York. N. Y.
Tho annual mooting of the stock
holders of UNION PACIFIC RAIL
ROAD COMPANY will bo held at Its
office at Salt Lake City, Utah, on
TUESDAY, OCTOBER STH, 1912, nt
twelve o'clock noon, -for tho purporo
of electing flftoon Directors of tho
Queen Esthor Chapter No. 4, O. E.
S., regular moetlnga held at MaHonlc
Hall on Washington avenuo between
Twenty-fifth and Twenty-sixth strcots
tho first and third Fridays of each
month. Sojourning members cordial
ly Invited to attend.
LILY V. HALSTEAD, W. M.
CALLH5 E. CAVE, Sec'y.
Unity Lodge No. 18, F. & A. M
Masonic Temple, 2550 Washington av
enue. Meetings every Wednesday
evening at 7:30 p. m. Membora of
Sister Lodges and sojourning brothren
cordially- invited to attend.
H. L. HERRINGTON, W. M.
FELIX T. MOORE, Sec'y.
Ogden Lodge No. 5, Independent Or--der
of Odd Follows, meets in I. O. O.
F. Hall overy Tuesday evening. Vis
iting brothers cordially tavlted to bo
L. H. CAKDLAND, N. G.
HENRY KISSELL, Sec'y.
Queen City Rebekah Lodge No. i,
I. O. O. F., meets second and fourth
Friday evenings at Odd Fellows Hall.
Visiting membei-s invited.
ANNA KISSEL, N. G.
EMMA MEID, Roc. Sec'y.
WOMEN OF WOODCRAFT
Women of Woodcrart, Ogden Clr
clo No. 581, meets evory Wednesday
night at 730 o'clock, K. of P. hall.
Visiting neighbors invited. Duos can
bo paid to Dr. Alice M. Ridje, M. D.,
57-53 Lowla block.
ELIZABETH BEST. G. N.
2543 Lincoln Ave,, phone 19C3-J.
MARIE CIUTES, Clerk,
2731 Monroo Avenue.
Sego Lily Circle No. 171 meets
every second and fourth Thursday
nights at 8 p. m., in I O. O. F. hall.
Visiting neighbors cordially invited.
MARY E. BLIXT, G. N.,
451 31st SL
KATE HEYMAN, Clerk,
Bell Phone 1247-J.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
Ogden Lodge No. 2, Knights of
Pythias, meets at Castle Hall, Utah
National Bank building, every Monday
evening. All K. of P.'a requested to
meet with ua.
GEO. B. HART, C. C.
W. G. KIND, M. of E.
W. L. UNDERWOOD,
K of R. & S.
BROTHERHOOD OF AMERICAN
Ogden Homostead, No. 350, meets
on 2 and 4 Tuesday evening at K. P.
HalL Visiting Archers aro cordially
invited to meet with us.
W. S. O'Brien, Foreman,
2533 Gramercy Ave.
J. A. JUNK, Correspondent,
IMFROVED ORDER OF REDMEN
improved Order of Redmen, Hia
watha Tribe No. 3, meets in Eagles'
Hall, Hudson avenue, flirt and third
Monday ovenlnB?, at 8 p m. Visiting
chiefs cordially invited.
EDWARD AUTH, Sachom.
E. R. GEIGER, C. of R,
A. B WRIGHT. C of W.
ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA
Meot every first and tnlrd Tuesday
night of each month at 8 p. m. at the
MooBe Hall on 25th St Visiting
neighbors Invited. Dues can be paidi
Mrs. Anna Rios, M. D Room 21, Leve
INDIA SAWYER, Oracle,
LILLIAN NEWTON, Recorder.
27th and Qulncy.
ORDER OF RAILWAY CONDUCTORS
Wasatch LIvIsion, No 124, O. R. C,
meets second and fourth Fridays at
2:30 p. m., m K of P. Hall, corner
Washington avenue and 2lth street.
All brothers are cordially invited to
C. H. PEARSON, C. C.
D. L BOYLES, S and T.
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES
Fraternal Order ot Eagles, Ogden
Aerie, No. 118, F. O. E., meets every
Wednesday evening at Eaglo Kail,
HudBon avonue, at 8 o'clock. Visiting
brother Eaglea are invited to attend
tho aerie meetings. Club rooms o;en
at 11 a. m
THOS. LESLIE, W. President.
E R. GEIOER, Secretary.
DR. C E WARDLEIGH. Aerlo Phy
sician. WOODMEN OF THE WORLD. "
Weber Camji No. 74 moet3 in K. of
P. Hall In the Utah .National BanK
BIdg., ever Thursday evening at 8
o'clock. Visiting Woodmen cordially
Invited to attetd.
FRED E. WILLIAMS, C. C.
E. AUTH, Clerk,
Fiist Nrttionnl Bank BIdg.
LADIES OF THE MACCABEES.
Sller Hive No. 1, L O T M , meets
eery Thursday afternoon at 2:00
o'clock In the I 0.0 F. hall, 2-116
Washington avenue VlBltlng mem
bers cordially Invited to attond.
KATIIRYN EGGLESTON, L. C.
740 Washington avonue.
L. JENNIE PROUT. R. K.
2455 Van Buren avenue.
I ROYAL HIGHLANDERS.
Tho Royal Highlanders meet everv
first and 'third Fndas at S p. m. at
1 K. of P. Hall. Visiting membors cor
ANDREW W. NELSON, I. P.
WM. MULLEit. Sec. an'I Treas.
2582 Washington Ave.
1YZODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Utah Camp No. 9990 meets ovyry
firBt and third Tuesday evening at
8 o'clock, at K. of P. hall, Twenty
fourth and Washington avenue. VIbU
lng members invited
A. G. JONES, Consul.
J H. SHAFER. Clerk.
ORDER OF OWLS.
Ogden, Nest No. 1218, Order of
Owib, meets overy Friday evening In
Eagles Hall, on Hudson avenue at
8 o'clock. Visiting Brother Owls are
invited to attend the Nest meetings.
W. H. WRIGHT, Prcsldont.
T. S. SHAUGHNE9SY. Sec'y.,
:s Twenty-fifth street.
Company, and of transacting such
other business as may legally come
before the meeting.
For tho purposes of tho meeting tke
hooks for the transfer of stock (both
Preferred and Common) win bo clos
ed at 3 o'clock p. m. on MONDAY.
SEPTEMBER 9TH. 1912, and will bo
reopened at ton o clock a. m. on Wed
nesday, OCTOBER 9TH. 1912.
ALEX. MILLAR, Secretarv.
Dated August 24. 1912.
Want advertisements cost one cent
por word each Issue, or 6 csnta per
line of five words per day, no first
Insertion less than 25 cents, or two
or moro lines per v.veK at the rate of
25 cents per lint per week, or 75
cents pr line psr month. Remember
five average words make a line All
advertisement on this page mut bs
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WANTED Young girl for light
housework. No. 1 Peery Apart
A GIRI4 for general housowork in
small family. No chlldron; mod
ern house. Call after 5 p. m., 1220
25th St. 10 1 lwk
STENOGRAPHER Light work; state
salary and experience. D. R., care
WANTED Good woman for general
housework; good wages. Apply 724
24th street Call in mornings.
EXPERIENCED girl to work in can
dy store. Apply Orphcum Candy
WANTED An experienced girl for
general housowork; small family.
2211 Jeff. U-3-tf
WANTED Steady young ladles to
train for nursing at tho Burgess
LADY stenographer wants work In
evonlngB. Also understands book
keeping. Phono 1231-W.
MALE AND FEMALE.
EXCELLENT opportunity for pianist,
lady or gentleman, who can meet
the public. C. P. MadBen, European
Hotel, after G:30 evenings. 9-30-J wk
GOOD canvasser or solicitor wanted
at tho Standard offlco; references
JANITOR or watchman. Roar 270
22nd St 10-5-lmo
WILLOW CITY, British Columbia
Good commission paid to energetic
and responsible agents. Pacific Bond
& Land Corporation Ltd., 513 Pacific
Bldg , Vancouver, B C. l0-21t
Ogden Business Directory
LAWYER O'CONNOLLY, (over Nyo'a
Clothing Store.) 2411 Wash ave.
K. VAN lvAM PEN Phono 8S3 for up.
bolstering, mattress making, ro
stretching of bed springs
FURS CLEANED, remodeled; taxi
dermist work, orders called for and
delivered, work guaranteed. T. Ga
jewsky, 376 23rd, up stairs
CQDEN JUNK HOUSE It you have
any k'nd of Junk, pbone ua uo; we
will call for it Bell pkone. 325-K.
CITY SCAVENGER, Mr-Carlv & Co.
272S Grant. Be'J phono 324
NEW AND SECOND HAND furniture,
clothing and shoes bought, sold or
exchanged; also trunks and suitcases
cheap A SIner. Phone 1321. 179 1-2
Twcnty-f:fih St G-13-l'r
RIGHT NOW give jour heating
stoves a thought then Summerill,
2304 Washington Ave
RALPH P. HUNTER, Notary Public
and Conveyancer Titles examine!.
Deeds, Mortgages and Contracts
diawn and execuatcd. Many yeare'
experience. Charges reasonable. 502
First National Bank Bldg., Ogden,
Dr Adna Davidson, Dr. MRrgaret M.
Burns, office 336 25th 6t Phono
997-J Reg. Phone 1617-J.
PAINTING, papcrhanglng end tinting.
Y dea Hortog. Phone 571 -R.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
DR. A. FERNLUND, Phyjician and
Surgeon. Office hours 11 to 4 p. m.
New Perry Bldg., Hudson Ave. Phono
196C-W. Residence phone 2129-W. G4C
Washington avenue. 6-11-tf
PLUMBING AND HEATING
W. S. DONALDSON & SONS, 2452
Grant, or phono 127. G-14-lmo
SPIRELLA CORBET. Mre. Smith.
HAVE Gallacher repair your trunks.
Ogdon Trunk Factory, 2455 Grant
PARASOLS and umbrellas recovered.
Bell 571- R. 7-S-tf
E. A. BUNDY, D. V. S. Phone 828.
Office and Hospital, 2150 Washington.
FURNISHED ROOMS, board if
desired. Inquire 2650 Madison.
FOR RENT Furnished, new, "clean,
corafortablo housekeeping rooms, $'1
wk. up 536 Slst st 3-13-ljr
F '.NISHED ROOMS for housekeep
ing at foot of M. E. Ave. 10-2tf
HOUSEKEEPING rooms. 171 22nd st
IN MODERN home; closo in on bench,
board If wished; call phone 1950-R.
FURNISHED ROOMS Modern, sult-
able for two. 2341 Madison. Phone
FURNISHED housekeeping roomB.
modern. 2758 Lincoln. 10-4-lwk
THREE room, private "bath. 700 W.
HOUSEKEEPING rooms, gas, bath;
also sleeping rooms. 427 34th St.
TWO modern rooms for housekeep
ing. Inquire Room 1, Ogden the
NICELY furnished large front room,
suitable for two; use of piano If
desired. Apply 24$ 23rd .
WELL furnished front room; modern
apartment; private family. 2614
Monroe avenue, 10-1-lwk
THREE well furnished room3 for
light housekeeping. 175 30th street
FURNISHED and unfurnished flats.
2034 Grant. 9-2G-Gmo
HOUSEKKiEPING rooms, furnished
and unfurnished, at Orpheuin HoteL
Phono 1978. 9-6-if
FREE bath, prices moderate; muBt
be rented. 24C8 Washington Ave
FURNISHED rooms for housokeop
ing. prlcee to suit. Utahna. 7-29tf
ROOMS AND BOARD
MELROSE Good board, Bteam heat
ed rooms, lowest rates. 2G39 Jeffer
9-R. modern house, large lot, barn and
chicken houses, on the bench. In
quire 983 23rd 8t Phono 1942-J.
GOOD Blx-room house, closo in, $15;
also 4 rooms, ?9. 2155 Adams ave.
ONE eight-room, ono 5-room modern
house. Inquire 826 25th. Phono
SIX-ROOM house, 2939 Pingre
Cheap . 10-2-lwk
FOUR-ROOM house, clothes closet,
pantry, lights, summer kitcheu. 1915
Wall. $8.00 9-30-lwk
2-3-4 OR 6 ROOMS, close in; reason
able 2155 Adams. 9-30-lwk
4 AND 5-ROOM Louse, $10 per mo.
S-ROOM modern Iioue. J340 Jon".
MODERN Hot water, hoat, buffet.
kitchen, disappearing bed 2218
Jefferson. : 10-1-lwk
S-ROOM modern brick, cur line, on
the bench 983 23rd. Paone 1942-.J.
3-ROOM HOUSE; water, lights. In
quire 3128 Adams. Phone 1419-W.
A MODERN, three-room cottage;
nicely furnished. Inquire 2538 Mon.
THREE-room apartment, light gas
and bath 2422 Adams. 10-5-lwk
FURNISHED Tho Corey Aartracnt8
Modern T.rr Wat Ave 3-5-tf
FOR RENT SCORES
THE VACANT building Just east of
the Standard office Is for rent, ei
ther all or part Inquire nt Standard
!mRENT REAL ESTATE
30-ACRE FARM, C-4 of a mile from
street car, southeast Washington
avenue Phone 29-K-2. J H. White
THREE BUILDINGS in Dewey ville,
also livery barn In Garland. Termt
reasonable. Apply R. C. Fryer, Dew-
eyvllle, Utah. 9-20-lmo.
WANTED TO BUY Set of hooks, en
titled "Messages and Papers of the
Presidents:" must be cheap. 508
Boyd Park Bid. 10-5-2t
SOME ONE to take home family
washing and Ironing. 441 27th st.
GOOD woman or man and wife; $15
for horse, $50 for $125 moving pic
ture machine, $15 for Invalid chair.
Bell 333. 10-1-tf
FAMILY washing. 2?20 Read avonue.
CURTAINS laundered. Mrs. Green
wood, 1399-J. 9-28-3mo
WANTED To pasture 25 head of1
horses. Inquire of A. Jackson.
Phone 32S-J. 10-1-lwk
Read the Classified Ads.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
SMALL runabout for sale; first-
class condition. W. F. Madson H
phone 52. 10-5-lwk H
HEAVY 8-foot dining table, $18.00 IH
2C29 Grant, phono 652. 10-5-lwk M
NON-DESCRIPTIVE, ladies ticket to H
St Louis, Mo. Phone 1375. 10-4-tf l
GOOD horae. 3245 Grant 10-4-lwk
O. H, S. cadet uniform at 2860 Madf-
son 10-4-lwk 1
FOR SALE 1912 "Hupmoblle" run- H
about, fino condition, at attractive H
price. H. Peery. Phone 60. H
A GOOD heavy work team, harness H
and 3 heavy wagons, cheap. 2152 H
Adams. 10-4-lwk H
SIX-HOLE raugc, gasoline stove and H
round tablo; house for rent Apply H
after 7 p. m. 2238 Lincoln ave. H
ELEGANT new furniture, mahogany
and oak, for Balo cheap; snap for H
right party. 2549 Grant 10-3-lwk H
WHITE Leghorn chickens; prices H
reasonable. Rear 367 27th. 10-3-wk H
GENT'S bicycle, fine condition, $12.00. IH
Call 2032 Jefferson. 9-30-lwk IH
HOUSEHOLD furniture in good con- H
dition; cheap. Roar 3G7 27th. H
HOUSEHOLD furniture for nale in
good condition; very reasonable. 553 H
26th st. 9-30-lwk IH
VIOLINS, dirt cheap. 425 32nd St
ROOMING house and restaurant,
cheap; well located on 25th street H
Kelly & Herrick. 9-19-tf IH
MONEY TO LOAN
MONEY TO LOAN on Real Estate;
$100.00 up; real estate contracts and H
mortgages bought and sold. H
I BICHSEL INVESTMENT CO. H
247S Washington Ave. Upstairs.
MONEY to loan on real estate eecur- H
lty. J. J. Brummltt. 4-27-tf 1
MONEY to loan on watches, dia- H
monds, Jewelry, firearm:1, etc.. H
Undo Sam's Loan Offlco, established H
1885 The Money Lenders of Ogden.
275 26th St C. H. Smith, Prop. H
CHATTEL loans, salary loans You IH
can get it today. Cheapest rates. H
best and most private terms In Utah. H
D. D. Drake, over Paine & Hurst H
MORTGAGE tOANS on lmpro-red H
faim or city property. HUNTER & H
KENNEDY. 502 First National Bldg. M
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE H
FOR SALE My residence on Nob H
Hill. Brick house 9 rooova, nioaern H
improvements, new sleeping cottage, H
largo brick barn, largo grounds, fine H
shade 'trees. This is one of the most H
delightful homes in the city. Can be
bought during next GO days for about H
half cost of improvements. See me
or'R. G Agee. A. W. Agee. 10-7-lwk H
GLENWOOD ACRES cheap; two nt H
the best lots in tho Glenwood addl-
tlon. One 1-acro lot. .$925, and one 1-2
acre lot on corner $025; cement walks.
good water right, small payment down
balance $10 por month. Address C. C.
Fox, Care Read Bros. 'J-J0-lwk H
5-ROOM house; 1 acre land; barn
gralnery, etc. Easv terms. Phone
1147-W. -1752 Pacific. D-9-lmo M
GEORGIA CRAFr Instructor In H
voice and piano. Children given H
special attention. 2528 Madison. Phone H
71C-W. 9-11-lmo H
BUNCH of keys, between Browning's 'H
garage and 25th and Wash. Return 'H
to Browning's garage 10-2-lwk 'H
PURSE containing about $25. Reward 1
for return to Standard. 9-30-lwk IH
EFFECTIVE JAN. 1, 1912. H
(Mountain Time.) H
DENVER t RIO GRANDE RAIt- H
ROAD COMPANY. IH
West Bound. Arrhc.
No. S Pacific Coast Mall.. 12:10 a.m. H
'o. 409 Tintlc Passenger. .11:35 a.m. IH
No 1 Pacittc Coast Ltd... 1:40pm. IH
No 5 Chicago-San Fran- IH
cisco Express 3:50 p.m. jH
Bast Oound. Depart. M
No 6 San Franrisco-Chl- tM
cago Express 7:15 a.m. VM
No. 410 Tintlc Passenger.. 110 p.m. IH
No. 2 Atlantic Coast Ltd.. 3.50p.m. H
No. 4 Atlantic Coast Mall- 5:50 p.m. H
Fine roadbed, elegant equipment. H
unsurpassed scenery. City Ticket Of- H
fico. Reed Hotel Bldg.
F. FOUTS. Agent H
Electric Way Between
Ogden and Srigfiam H
EFFECTIVE APRIt 1, 1912. H
Trains leave Ogden and Brlgham M
G.30 a. m 3.00 p. m. H
7.30 a. m 4:30 p. ni B
9.00 a. m 6:00 p.m. H
10:50 a. m ''30 p. m. M
12.-00 noon 9: CO p. m. H
1:30 p. m 11:10 p. m. H
First train from Ogden starts from H
O. R. T. Depot All othors start from H
Union Depot lfl
la Ogdon, trains stop only at S. L. H
& Ogden Depot, O. R. T. Depot and H
Five Points. r M
Daily Service. M
EFFECTIVE SEPT. 18, 1912. fM
Car leaves the Union Depot at 7:40 B
a. m. and every hour and twenty min- HHJ
vtes' thereafter until 9:00 p. ni. BVJ
Car leaves tho Hermitage at 6:20 HHJ
a. m. and every hour and twenty min- J
utcs thereafter until 940 p. m. Extra BHJ
service on Sundays. IPH
Please watch for change of sched-